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Students gather to watch inauguration at BRH

January 21, 2009 – 2:25 pm |

More than 100 people packed the Belmont Residence Hall lobby area, to watch the inauguration of the 44th President of the United States. It was standing room only as faculty, staff and students gathered to …

Obama takes reigns as 44th president

January 21, 2009 – 7:29 am | One Comment

 A historical moment took place in Washington D.C. when the 44th American president, Barack Hussein Obama swore his oath of office in a peaceful transition of power on Tuesday. Obama, at age 47, has become …

Students create documentary films

December 11, 2008 – 6:02 pm |

Students enrolled in a documentary class discussed their final masterpieces with CSU-Pueblo faculty.

CSU-Pueblo follows sport-wide money trend

December 11, 2008 – 5:59 pm |

 No matter if it is at a small Division III school or in the professional ranks of the NFL, NBA and MLB, football coaches bring in the most dough.
Every level of coaching is different. The …

18th Annual Parade of Lights honors higher education in Pueblo

December 11, 2008 – 5:53 pm |

The 18th annual Christmas Parade of Lights followed its usual route when it wound through the Union Avenue Historic District and Downtown Pueblo on Nov. 29. Colorado State University-Pueblo President Joe Garcia and Pueblo Community …

Restaurant Review: Gray’s Coors Tavern, a plate of Pueblo history

December 11, 2008 – 5:49 pm |

The restaurant review goes retro for the second week in a row, coming to you this time from the cozy confines of Gray’s Coors Tavern.
Located at 515 W. 4th St. in downtown Pueblo, “Coors” is …

Spotlight on Reading/Writing: Nick Isenhart

December 11, 2008 – 4:38 pm |

The TODAY’s Spotlight on Reading/Writing features CSU-Pueblo faculty, staff and students sharing their reading and writing experiences. The column is co-sponsored by the English and Foreign Languages Department and the English Club. This week’s feature …

Students served a home-cooked Thanksgiving feast

December 6, 2008 – 12:55 pm |

Elev8 and Life ministries didn’t forget about the college students that couldn’t make it home for Thanksgiving by bringing a sense of family and friends to the college campus for the second annual Thanksgiving meal …

Wildcats tear hearts of T-Wolves with late rally, victory

December 6, 2008 – 12:45 am |

Two different Colorado State University-Pueblo squads showed up to play Friday night in its first game of the Chuck Stephens Classic. One team played with intensity, heart and passion feeding off the Massari Arena home …

Despite overlooking opponent, T-Wolves blow out Mustangs

December 5, 2008 – 9:58 pm |

The Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team finally found its form on their home court Friday night. Granted it wasn’t until very late in the first half, but they showed signs of the team that …

Unexpected new friends found at heavy metal concert

December 4, 2008 – 7:20 pm | One Comment

My first heavy metal show was attending Soulfly’s Conquer Tour on Nov. 25. To put it lightly, I had the time of my life. 
My best friends listen to heavy metal, death metal and black metal. They suggested …

New classes offered at EXHPR

December 4, 2008 – 6:49 pm |

The Exercise, Science, Health, Promotion and Recreation department is bulking up its spring roster with two new classes to get your blood pumping. The water safety class will be taught by Tracey Spinuzzi and the …